Hope Andrade

Texas Secretary Of State Resigns

Secretary of State Hope Andrade announced Tuesday she is stepping down after four years as the chief elections officer in Texas and the first Hispanic woman to hold the office.


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Texas Secretary Of State Andrade: No Major Trouble

A spokeswoman for the Texas Secretary of State says a computer issue in Southeast Texas is the only trouble so far affecting Election Day voters in the state.


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Thousands Turn Out For North Texas Early Voting

Early voting is well underway and already turnout at some North Texas locations is strong. More than 70,000 voters cast ballots today in Dallas, Tarrant, Collin and Denton Counties.


Palo Pinto County election volunteers check-in a registered voter at the Palo Pinto County 4-H Building on November 4, 2008 in Palo Pinto, Texas. (credit: Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Texas Secretary Of State Pushes Voter Education

Texas Secretary of State Hope Andrade is launching a voter education drive on Wednesday for the 2012 election.


Pins in a map mark destinations in Mexico, Central America and South America. (credit: John Moore/Getty Images)

Mexico Asks Texas To Soften Tone Of Travel Alerts

Mexico says that most of the country is safe, and wants Texas to stop telling potential tourists otherwise through ominous-sounding bulletins.